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Jordan Awards 80 MW Wind Farm Contract to Siemens Gamesa

Siemens Gamesa has signed a 10 year agreement with Jordanian state owned power company Al Samra Power Company to operate and maintain 80MW Ma’an wind farm in South Jordan. USD 148 million Ma’an wind farm is funded by the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development

Al Samra Power Company operates 1.24 GW power capacity, or the equivalent of 40% of electricity consumed in Jordan.

Jordan, which imports over 94 per cent of its energy needs, is looking to diversify its grid by incorporating solar and wind into its mix. The kingdom has ambitions of raising its renewable capacity to 2.7 Gigawatts by 2021.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 Delivers First Power

China Three Gorges said that the 300MW CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 wind farm has started delivering electricity after the first wind turbines were connected to the Chinese grid. CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 comprises 55 5.5MW wind turbines and is the Three Gorges Group’s first wind project off the Guangdong Province. The wind farm is located around 28 kilometers off Shapa Town, Yangxi County, Yangjiang City. It covers an area of 50 square kilometers with water depths ranging from 27 metres to 32 metres.

The first monopile foundation was installed in April, and the offshore booster station was lowered onto its jacket foundation at the end of August. At the end of September, the first wind turbine was in place. The full commissioning of the wind farm is scheduled for 2020.

CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 is part of a larger offshore wind project which once fully commissioned will have an installed capacity of over 1GW.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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ENGIE Inaugurates Ras Ghareb Wind Park in Egypt

ENGIE and its consortium partners inaugurated the 262.5 MW Ras Ghareb wind park, Egypt’s first private and largest wind farm. Ras Ghareb project started commercial operation in October 2019, 6 weeks ahead of schedule. It is the first wind farm tendered on a Build-Own-Operate scheme in the country and is part of the Egyptian government’s drive to increase the share of renewables in the energy mix with a target wind generation capacity of 7 GW by 2022.

The project company, Ras Ghareb Wind Energy SAE is owned by ENGIE 40% and its consortium partners Toyota Tsusho Corporation/Eurus Energy Holdings Corporation 40% and Orascom Construction 20%. The total investment cost of the project is approximately USD 380 million.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Tilt Renewables Sells Snowtown 2 Wind Farm to Palisade

As a result of the strategic review announced in June 2019, Tilt Renewables has entered into an agreement to sell the 270 MW Snowtown 2 wind farm to an entity wholly-owned by funds managed by Palisade Investment Partners Limited and First State Super, for an enterprise value of AUD 1,073 million. The transaction will occur through the sale of shares in Snowtown 2 Wind Farm Holdings Pty Ltd for AUD 472 million. S2WFH is being sold with Snowtown 2's existing project finance facility, which has an expected balance of approximately AUD 611 million at transaction closing. The purchase price is subject to customary closing adjustments. The transaction is expected to close before the end of 2019.

Snowtown 2 was developed by Tilt Renewables and has operated successfully for 5 years since construction completion and full commissioning was achieved in 2014.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Nordex Group Receives Order from Turkey for 77 MW

Business in Turkey continues to improve for the Nordex Group. The turbine manufacturer has received an order from its new customer Karayel Elektrik: the Nordex Group is to install 16 N149/4.0-4.5 turbines for the 76.8 MW Vize-2 wind farm. The machines, from the Delta4000 series, will be supplied in the 4.8 MW operating mode and the order also includes a Premium Service contract covering ten years. Karayel Elektrik is a project company owned by Nokta Investment Holding and Yilsan Investment Holding in Istanbul.

The Vize-2 wind farm will be built in the north of Turkey, near the city of Kirklareli, where average annual wind speeds are 7.8 metres per second. Following completion at the end of 2020, the wind farm with its turbines with hub heights of 125 metres, will supply more than 240 GWh of clean electricity per year.

For this project, Karayel Elektrik will also receive a higher feed-in remuneration: the Nordex Group will have the towers, rotor blades, generators and anchor cages manufactured within the country.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Indian Wind Power Capacity Crosses 37,000MW Mark

India’s Power Minister Mr RK Singh informed Rajya Sabha that wind power projects are set up in the country, including in the state of Rajasthan, on the basis of commercial principles taking into account wind resource, land availability, transmission infrastructure, etc and so far, bids for 15,100 MW of wind power projects have been issued, out of which projects of 12,162.50 MW capacity have been awarded. He said “The cumulative installed capacity of wind power, as on 31.10.2019, in the country is 37,090 MW.”

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas bouwt windmolens in Vietnam

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Vestas levert dertien windmolens voor een windpark in Vietnam dat gebouwd wordt op een plek die door het getij afwisselend onder water staat en droogvalt. Dat maakte het Deense windconcern woensdag bekend.

Er werden geen financiële details gegeven bij het project dat een capaciteit van 50 Megawatt moet gaan leveren.

Vanwege de specifieke locatie zijn speciale torens ontwikkeld, die worden gebouwd op versterkte funderingen op de vaste ondergrond die de torens boven de waterlijn tillen. Daarop komen tien windturbines met een capaciteit van 3,8 MW en drie turbines van 4,0 MW.

De torens worden in Vietnam gebouwd door plaatselijke bouwbedrijven. "Dit project demonstreert de kunde van Vestas om oplossingen voor windenergie te ontwikkelen die locaties met veel wind ontsluiten in complexe en uitdagende omgevingen", aldus directeur Tommaso Rovatti van Vestas Asia Pacific.

Door: ABM Financial News.
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Vestas Develops Wind Energy Solution for 50 MW Intertidal Project in Vietnam

Using onshore wind technologies to harvest wind resources from the sea, Vestas has developed a customised solution for a 50 MW intertidal project in Bac Lieu Province, Vietnam for the local EPC construction company Bac Phuong JSC. The intertidal project site is covered in water at high tide and some of the turbines will be uncovered at low tide. The contract includes the supply and supervision of the installation of 13 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines with ten turbines delivered in 3.8 MW and three turbines delivered in 4.0 MW operating modes to boost energy production for the site’s specific wind conditions. Each turbine will be equipped with a full-scale converter, enhancing the wind park’s compliance with grid requirements.

Working closely with the customer to overcome the complex operation of planning and executing an intertidal project, Vestas will supervise the installation of the turbines in shallow waters close to shore in the Mekong Delta region to exploit the full potential of the region’s favorable wind conditions. The project includes a combination of V150-4.2 MW turbines in different power ratings with site-specific towers placed on reinforced onshore foundations that are raised above sea level.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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AIIB Investing in Wind Farm in Kazakhstan

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has approved USD 46.7-million loan for the construction and operation of a 100-megawatt wind power plant in southern Kazakhstan which, when completed, will be the largest in Central Asia. Located approximately nine kilometers southwest of Zhanatas in the southern Zhambyl region, the plant will, on a yearly basis, provide the country approximately 319 gigawatt hours of renewable energy and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 260,623 tons.

The Zhanatas wind power plant is supported by a memorandum of understanding between AIIB and the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which laid the foundation for greater cooperation on renewable energy project financing.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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ROSATOM NovaWind Commissions First Phase of Wind Turbines at Adygea Wind Farm

ROSATOM has completed the first phase of wind turbines commissioning at its wind farm at Adygea. This marks an important milestone in further development of low-carbon programs at ROSATOM. Adygea Wind Farm with total capacity of 150 MW, which construction has been recently completed at Shovgenovsky and Giaginsky districts of the Republic of Adygea, proved its readiness to produce electricity. At this stage, the operational performance of the first 13 wind turbines with installed capacity of 32.5 MW was duly checked, thus proving the operational worthiness of the technology chosen by ROSATOM and readiness of all the wind turbines’ systems for entry into service.

NovaWind JSC is a ROSATOM division for implementation of the wind power projects. In total, until 2023 companies in the control circuit of NovaWind JSC will build wind power stations with a total capacity of 1GW. Wind power stations will appear in the Republic of Adygea, the Stavropol Krai and the Rostov Region. NovaWind JSC is an equal shareholder of a joint venture with the Dutch technology partner Lagerwey. The joint venture, Red Wind B.V., was established in November 2017. Red Wind is in charge of the marketing, sales, and delivery of turnkey wind turbine projects.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas wins V136-4.2 MW Order in South Korea

Vestas has secured its first V136-4.2 MW order in South Korea for the Cheongsong Myeonbong Mt Wind Power project with EPC contractor Kumho Industrial Co Ltd. The 42 MW order consists of ten V136-4.2 MW wind turbines at a hub height of 112m as well as a 20-year Active Output Management 4000 service agreement, designed to maximise uptime and ensure optimised performance of the project. To optimise operation in the site’s specific wind conditions, the turbines will feature Vestas’ High Wind Operation, an intelligent control option that allows the turbines to continue operating beyond standard cut-out wind speeds. The result is improved output stability, energy production, and reliability, helping the project to deliver the maximum return on investment for the customer. Each turbine will be equipped with a full-scale converter, enhancing the wind park’s compliance with grid requirements.

The Cheongsong Myeonbong Mt Wind Power project is located in Cheongsong county, North Gyeongsang Province. Turbine installation expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2021.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas Wins EPC contract in Vietnam for 50 MW Intertidal Project

Vestas has secured its first full Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract in Vietnam with a 50 MW order from Tra Vinh Wind Power Co Ltd. The order marks Vestas’ second intertidal deal in the country within a week, underlining Vestas’ capabilities to deliver solutions beyond wind turbines that cater to Vietnam’s growing market for intertidal wind projects. The project will be constructed in shallow waters close to shore to capture the unblocked wind resources from the sea in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh. The Vestas team has deployed extensive engineering capabilities and developed innovative solutions to overcome the challenges of installing onshore wind turbines in a marine environment. The turbines will be installed on reinforced onshore gravity foundations that are raised above sea level on multi-pile structures and connected to shore with link bridges that carry onshore power cables and facilitate easy access to the turbines for operation and maintenance purposes.

Vestas will provide a full turn-key solution with delivery, installation and commissioning of 12 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines, as well as the civil and electrical balance of plant. The order also includes a 10-year Active Output Management 4000 (AOM 4000) service agreement, designed to maximise uptime and ensure optimised performance of the site.

TWPC is jointly owned by Climate Investor One’s Construction Equity Fund, a blended finance facility managed by Climate Fund Managers, specialising in renewables energy investments in emerging markets and Samtan, a Korean energy company investing in Energy Infrastructure and Renewable Energy.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Tilt Renewables Completes Sale of Snowtown 2 Wind Farm

Tilt Renewables announced in December 2019 that it had entered into an agreement to sell the Snowtown 2 wind farm, as a result of the strategic review that was announced in June 2019, for an enterprise value of AUD 1,073 million. Tilt Renewables later announced completion of the sale of Snowtown 2 wind farm to an entity wholly owned by funds managed by Palisade Investment Partners Limited and First State Super has occurred today. As a result of the completion Tilt Renewables has now received approximately AUD 455 million, after transaction related costs.

Tilt Renewables will continue to assist in the operation of Snowtown 2 for a period of 6 months, under an Asset Management and Transitional Services Agreement. No employees of Tilt Renewables are directly employed by the Snowtown 2 entities and as such, no Tilt Renewables personnel will be transferred in conjunction with the sale. Following completion of the transaction, Tilt Renewables will continue to own and operate the nearby Snowtown 1 wind farm.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Additional 7 GW of Wind Energy to be installed in Thailand by 2037

The Global Wind Energy Council, Thailand Wind Energy Association and United States Agency for International Development joined forces in Bangkok to hold the first Thailand Wind Energy Roundtable. This roundtable discussion brought together Thai government stakeholders and industry players active in the region to constructively discuss how to strengthen onshore wind development in Thailand. With 1.5 GW of onshore wind already installed, the country has a technical potential of 13-17 GW which could be developed by increasing target ambitions and support schemes for wind energy in Thailand’s Power Development Plan.

This half-day roundtable addressed the current challenges and opportunities for Thailand’s onshore wind market while exploring how a PDP revision could put in place a more ambitious target of at least an additional 7 GW of wind power, supportive and transparent policy structures, optimised FIT, grid and transmission infrastructure, updated national knowledge on wind resources and review of land location rules.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas Secures 21 MW order from BayWa for Two Projects in Australia

Vestas has secured a 21 MW order with the leading global renewable energy developer, BayWa re for the Diapur and Ferguson wind farms in the Western region of Victoria in Australia. Diapur Wind Farm will feature two V150-4.2 MW turbines, while the Ferguson Wind Farm will comprise three V136-4.2 MW turbines. In addition to the supply and installation of the turbines, the order also features a 25-year AOM 4000 service agreement which aims to maximise uptime and ensure optimised performance of the project.

Turbine delivery is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2020.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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GE Announces 1215 MW Onshore Wind Total Wins for the Year in China

GE Renewable Energy has now secured 1215 MW in orders or commitments in the onshore wind sector in China for 2019. These projects will use GE’s 2.5/2.7-132 turbines, which were designed specifically for the unique low-wind-speed needs of the China wind regime and manufactured by GE in China. The development of these turbines incorporates GE’s long-time expertise in the industry along with the latest GE technology and represents GE’s commitment to tailor solutions to the markets in which it does business.

These orders and commitments include
An order for 33 2.7-132 turbines for HECIC’s 100 MW Balagedai II Wind Farm in Inner Mongolia, scheduled for completion in 2020
An order for 286 2.5-132 turbines for Huaneng’s 715 MW Puyang Phase I and II wind farms in Henan, scheduled for completion in 2020
An order for 114 2.5-132 turbines for Shenzhen Energy Corporation’s 285 MW Yangzhou and Pizhou wind farms in Jiangsu, scheduled for completion in 2020
Public tender award for 46 2.5-132 turbines for Huaneng’s 115 MW Mianchi and Zhenping wind farms in Henan, scheduled for completion in 2020.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Western Cape Wind Farm Remains on Target for Operations by End-July 2020

2020 promises to be an exciting year for Lekela’s Perdekraal East Wind Farm, South Africa, as it heads into its final six months of construction. The last of the 480 wind turbine components will reach the wind farm’s construction site early February 2020 and all 48 turbines are expected to be installed by early April 2020.

A new 500MVA main power transformer will be installed during April 2020, with plans to energise the plant by 26 April.

Perdekraal East Wind Farm commenced construction during July 2018. 16 months later the wind farm is reported to be on time and on budget, having lifted almost 40 % of the 48 turbines and installed the main power transformer at the Distribution Substation.

Additionally, all civil works have been completed and over 80% of turbine components have been delivered to site outside of Ceres, travelling from Atlantis and Saldahna on the West Coast.

Construction halted on 13 December 2019 and will commence again in January for the final construction stretch. Once complete, Perdekraal East Wind Farm, situated within the Witzenberg Local Municipality, will be the Western Cape’s largest BW4 wind farm, and become Lekela’s fourth operating wind farm in South Africa.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas Secures 252 MW Order for Three Wind Energy Projects in Russia

Vestas has been awarded an order for 252 MW for three wind energy projects in Russia from Wind Energy Development Fund, a joint investment fund created on a parity basis by PJSC Fortum and JSC RUSNANO. Located in the Kalmykiya and the Rostov region, the projects will comprise 60 V126-4.2 MW wind turbines.

The contract includes supply, installation and commissioning of the wind turbines, as well as a 15-year Active Output Management (AOM 5000) service agreement. The projects will feature a VestasOnline® Business SCADA solution to lower turbine downtime and optimise the energy output. Turbine delivery is scheduled for the third quarter of 2020, while energy production is expected to start during the fourth quarter of 2020.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas Bags 55 MW Order in China

Vestas has secured a 55 MW order in China that includes supply of 25 V110-2.2 MW as well as a 2-year Active Output Management 4000 (AOM 4000) service agreement. Deliveries are expected to begin in the second quarter of 2020, while commissioning is planned for the third quarter of the same year.

Customer and project names are undisclosed at the customer's request.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Vestas Leads the market in Vietnam with Third Intertidal Project Win

Vestas leads the market for wind energy in Vietnam with almost 200 MW of projects won in 2019 after securing a 50 MW order with Cong ty Co Phan Dau Tu Dien Gio Hoa Binh 1 (Hoa Binh 1 Company), a company owned by Phuong Anh Group. The order marks Vestas’ third intertidal project in the country with three different customers announced this month, underlining Vestas ability to deliver tailored solutions to match different customer needs. The project will be located in Hoa Bình, a district of Bac Lieu Province where the turbines will be installed in shallow waters close to shore to exploit the full potential of the Mekong Delta region’s good wind conditions.

The contract includes the supply and supervision of the installation of 13 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines with ten turbines delivered in 3.8 MW and three turbines delivered in 4.0 MW operating modes to optimise energy production for the site’s specific wind conditions. Each turbine will be equipped with a full-scale converter, enhancing the wind park’s compliance with grid requirements.

The project also includes a 10-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement, designed to maximise energy production for the project. With a yield-based availability guarantee, Vestas will provide the customer with long-term business case certainty. Turbine installation is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2021.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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